A show about food. From primitive struggle, through the baroque excess to technological perversion, how has our relationship with nourishment changed throughout history? This one-woman show employs physical theatre, clowning and multimedia to delve into consumerism's excesses and extremes. With cascades of milk, splashes of raw meat, and a dash of live feed webcams, Feast is an hour of Dionysian anarchy the like of which you won’t have tasted before. '[Hieronymous] Bosch would applaud... brilliantly disturbing, not least because of the belly laughs that it serves up' **** (Herald, praise for Feast 2015). Part of FeastFest.